Calculus 2 Online Lessons (Math 1152)

There are online and hybrid sections of Math 1152 where the students have online, interactive lessons for each topic instead of the traditional in-person lectures.  To benefit all Math 1152 students, the MSLC is making these online, interactive lessons available on their website to all students.

*If you are enrolled in Flipped and Flexible Math 1152: Please note that doing the lessons listed below will not count towards your grade. You must access the online lessons in Carmen in order to receive a grade. 

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A Review of Integration

Areas Between Curves

Accumulated Cross Sections

Disk and Washer Method

Shell Method

Length of Curves

Physical Applications

Integration By Parts

Trig Integrals

Partial Fractions

Improper Integrals


Limits of Sequences

Sums of Sequences

Divergence Test

Integral Test and Alternating Series Test

Ratio Test and Root Test

Comparison Test and Limit Comparison Test

Absolute and Conditional Convergence

Approximating Functions with Polynomials

Power Series

Taylor Series

Calculus and Taylor Series

Introduction to Differential Equations

Direction Fields

Separable Differential Equations

Parametric Equations

Polar Coordinates

Calculus in Polar Coordinates


Dot Products

Cross Products

Lines and Curves in Space



Lessons aligned with Briggs: Calculus For Scientists and Engineers (OSU Edition):

OSU has recently switched textbooks for Calculus 1.  Here are the versions  that aligned with our previous textbook.

Lesson 1: Basic Approaches to Integration (Briggs 7.1)

Lesson 2: Regions Between Curves (Briggs 6.2)

Lesson 3: Volume by Slicing (Briggs 6.3)

Lesson 4: Volume by Shells (Briggs 6.4)

Lesson 5: Length of Curves (Briggs 6.5)

Lesson 6: Surface Area (Briggs 6.6)

Lesson 7: Physical Applications (Briggs 6.7)

Lesson 8: Exponential Models (Briggs 6.8 & 6.9)

Lesson 9: Integration by Parts (Briggs 7.2)

Lesson 10: Trigonometric Integrals (Briggs 7.3)

Lesson 11: Trigonometric Substitution (Briggs 7.4)

Lesson 12: Partial Fractions (Briggs 7.5)

Lesson 13: Improper Integrals (Briggs 7.8)

Lesson 14: Overview of Sequences and Series (Briggs 9.1)

Lesson 15: Sequences (Briggs 9.2)

Lesson 16: Series (Briggs 9.3)

Lesson 17: Divergence and Integral Tests (Briggs 9.4)

Lesson 18: Root and Ratio Tests (Briggs 9.5 Part 1)

Lesson 19: Comparison Tests (Briggs 9.5 Part 2)

Lesson 20: Alternating Series (Briggs 9.6)

Lesson 21: Approximating Polynomials (Briggs 10.1)

Lesson 22: Power Series (Briggs 10.2)

Lesson 23: Taylor Series (Briggs 10.3)

Lesson 24: Working with Taylor Series (Briggs 10.4)

Lesson 25: The Basic Idea of Differential Equations (Briggs 8.1)

Lesson 26: Direction Field's and Euler's Method (Briggs 8.2)

Lesson 27: Separable Differential Equations (Briggs 8.3)

Lesson 28: Solving Differential Equations with Taylor Series (Briggs 10.4 part 2)

Lesson 29: Parametric Equations (Briggs 11.1)

Lesson 30: Polar Equations (Briggs 11.2)

Lesson 31: Calculus in Polar Coordinates (Briggs 11.3)

Review of Conics (Part of Briggs 11.4)

Lesson 32: Vectors in the Plane (Briggs 12.1)

Lesson 33: Vectors in Three Dimensions (Briggs 12.2)

Lesson 34: Dot Products (Briggs 12.3)

Lesson 35: Cross Products (Briggs 12.4)

Lesson 36: Lines and Curves in Space (Briggs 12.5)